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about big ugly utility boxes in their neighborhood that comcast came in and took them out. i'm matt ackland. i'll tell you where coming up. >> later james bond is back, the new 007 movie getting good reviews. we'll speak with daniel craig about sky fall as fox 5 news at 10:00 continues on this friday night. where others fail, droid powers through. introducing the new droid razr maxx hd by motorola. now more than ever droid does. >>> archeologists made a big find in virginia. fauquier county officials announced the local airport recently underwent a dig discovering artifacts from the early 19th century. sky fox flew over the site earlier. the artifacts will now be submitted to the virginia department of historic resources. the dig was the first step towards expanding the warrenton fauquier airport. >>> it's home to some of the most expensive real estate in the country. so some people living in georgetown weren't too happy when what they call ugly cable boxes popped up along the sidewalks. turns out no big surprise. those boxes were put there by comcast, but as fox 5's matt ackland re
a special rebroadcast at 9:00 p.m. and friday at 9:00 p.m. comcast 193. today's victory parade was marked with violence. there were two people shot in the tenderloin district. >> the police are only saying that this is connected to the world series parade because it happened five, six blocks from the celebration. this lt. is telling kron 4 that one of the victims was wearing a giants gear. >> it is a tragedy when ever we have a shooting especially with a celebration. >> is not clear why this happened but the gang task force is involved with the investigation. 2:45 there were two people shot at the intersection of leavenworth/ , one man that was shot in the stomach was released but the other man is still in critical condition. >> it is not clear exactly where he was shot what we are saying just the upper body. >> he was taken to the hospital with life- threatening injuries and life-threatening surgery. they do not have as much information but there are multiple gunmen. in san francisco cough phille djegan.., kron 4. >> the rainfall right now cured pretty much all throughout the bay area we
comcast could send a technician. he connected a box to the spare sell vision promising her supervisorer would pay her a visit. >> i was distressed. i had the feeling they caused the problem. >> day played phone tag. she says the conversation was others proved just frustrating. she just wanted comcast to take responsible for the broken television. >> suddenly with a bang and a flash of the tv, i just sort of put two and two together and thought... the box caused this. >> so she called 7 on your side. caused by a power surge incident. it calls it extremely rare. two independent repair services agreed and could not offer an explanation for what might have happened. comcast ended up sending day a check for $290 through it's company to replace the tv. day used that money towards a set. >> i am pleased it's its much bigger than the one i've been watching for two months. >> this tv now comcast says it may never know the cause, it does recommend customers protect their television with a surge protector. >> yes. it's good advice for electronic autos yes. it is. >> getting another check on the fo
. and it was not just me. >> if you did not lose your comcast bill as it turned out. >> how about that? >> she is laughing now, but for more than a year she continued to get bills from the cable company for the service to were burned-out apartment and the equipment that was destroyed in the fire. the $1,121 bill went to collections, even though she says that she called comcast the day after. so she called comcast -- so she called 7 on your side and we call comcast. it was resolved within hours. >> -- leaving loretta to refocus on the life that the fire rarely -- very nearly took. >> without 7 on your side, i do not think i would have gotten this problem resolved. for that, i am truly grateful. >> always love a happy ending. lady gaga pledged on our website to donate $1 million to new york and the american red cross. barbara walters donated $250,000. and george stephanopoulos made a $50,000 donation. >> phil and clear get a late night phone call that has them jumping into their car ride away. [telephone rings] >> hi. yes, this is she. >> what is happening? >> haley has been arrested. >> "modern
. as a reminder, go to our new channel. comcast 193 for the latest news, weather and traffic updates and on digital 4.2. >> we are learning more of the attacks of the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya that left four americans dead. there was a 25 minute gap between the call for help between the consulate and one the officers arrived. officials say the 25 minutes were spent getting weapons loaded into vehicles and asking locals from the militia for heavier weapons for help. this after fox news reported last friday that officers on the ground or ordered to stand down during the attack. u.s. officials say that is not true. >> the anti doping agency will not appeal the anti- dumping agency's decision against a large lanc armst instant stripping him of his titles. and he maintains his and in a sense but now the french cycling federation wants him to return million- nearly $4 million. >> coming up, dirty dirt while it might sound like an oxymoron. according to reports that is exactly what is happening in west oakland in the next edition of people behaving badly. (male announcer): now, here
. >>> this is the comcast sportsnet newsroom, an olympic darling is heading to the bay area and bringing her medals. will he be in action for chicago? the latest straight from the horse's mouth next in sports. >>> environmental activists went up against a powerful electric company and won. >> hundreds turned out for the public hearing and convinced the coastal commission not to allow pg&e to do seismic testing off the coast saying the plan would hurt marine life. here are the new details for us. >> the environmental activists today faced off with one of the most powerful electric companies and they won. hundreds of people came from all over the state here to santa monica for this public hearing which just wrapped up and convinced the california coastal commission not to allow pg&e to do seismic testing off the coast saying it poses to great a risk to marine life. cheers today at the california coastal commission shuts down pg&e's plan to blast sundwaves deep into the ocean floor, allowing them to get 3-d maps of earthquake fault lines that run underneath the power plant. pg&e argued they would be necessary
special commercial- free rebroadcast on comcast 193. a special-broadcasting and also this is a rebroadcast tomorrow at 9:00 again that is on comcast 193 towar >> the rainfall did stay away for the giants parade but it is on the way right now it could impact recorders. how to trick or treaters. that rain along the coast line and it is going to continue pressing south the satellite and radar is going towards the north bay. as it moves towards 6:00 p.m., the future cast continues to show through santa rosa. 7:00 p.m., petaluma, and even san francisco. by 8:00 p.m., the north bay will be impacted. we will time it out on future cast and lingering showers. coming up with your 30 commute details. >> developing news on the east coast as clearing skies the first hand devastation of hurricane superstore sand superstore. more details on that, with the massive cleanup the super storm sandy with over 200 varieties, keurig makes brewing a delicious cup of coffee simple. how does it brew such great coffee? well... inside the brewer are these green fields of coffee, and if you travel up this mountain, the
to watch. we'll be reairing the best moments tomorrow at 9:00 and friday at 9:00. that's on comcast 193. and watch the entire celebration on kron4.com >>> san francisco police have arrested the person they say is responsible for vandalizing a muni bus on sunday after the giants won the world series. 22-year-old gregory grannis admitted to vandalizing the bus. now they are looking for two suspects who they believe are responsible for setting the bus on fire. the police chief addressed the media about the investigation today >> this kind of behavior in san francisco we will identify you, we will arrest you, we will prosecute you, and you're going to pay for it. so don't go there. >> police are analyzing the video with the hopes they can identify the two suspects. the police are crediting social media to the arrest of grannis, and they hope that social media and television can play a role in finding the latest suspects. >>> police across the bay area are taking part in "operation boo" tonight, checking up on sex offenders. they are making sure they are following the strict goal lines to ke
is ready for their arrival. the comcast crew is ready, and they've got two large sports cameras to capture all of the action. the commentators are here. they're excited. they want to comment. we're excited. the fans are excited. should be about 15 minutes or so till we see the giants. hey, guys. [cheering and applauding] look at this amazing display. this looks incredible. and right in front of me is the press riser. and here's from all over the world. there are two press risers and they were built especially for this event. and as you can see, there are so many cameras here. they're from all over the world to shoot all of the action of today's event. civic center is full of giants fans. just look at this crowd. it's unbelievable. [cheering and applauding] >> in addition to all the cameras up on the risers, there's plenty of radio coverage, too. right behind me is knbr and the sports commentators are here talking about all the excitement, the world series and the giants' big win. in addition to the two risers for the press, there's actually a third riser for folks with disabilities so they
university, at&t, southwest airlines. if you have not entered their raffled yet, do so later tonight. comcast, walmart, verizon, moon star restaurant. >> we go from the greatest karaoke's singer in the house of congress to the self-proclaimed worst karaoke singing in public office. i would like to introduce california state controller, serving his second term. he takes a hard-line and took immediate action to weed out waste, fraud, and abuse of public funds. and to amend the state's finances more transparent and accountable to the public -- and to make the state's finances more transparent and accountable to the public. [applause] >> i will spare you what the distinguished council president requested me to do, which is to sing for all of you. we used to go out for karaoke, but he would sing and i would leave. this is a magnificent evening. we gather tonight in celebration of asian-pacific heritage month. we take a moment to reflect upon our past, to understand the heroic struggles, obstacles, hardships that so many people, including this evening's tremendous honor read, had to overcome. this
to kentucky in the season opener. terps play at comcast center tonight against morgan state. >> they came within three points of kentucky. >> stay with us for another look at the seven-day forecast. >> conditions as the inspector calls unhealthy and unsafe. >> barry simms has a preview. >> the tenants wanted to get their money back so they could possibly find a better place. >> the shelter and with both promises and problems. >> they said it would be carpeted, washers and dryers, two bathrooms, when there is only one bathroom you can actually use. >> less than a month after moving in, the tenants were forced to move out. coming up tonight at 11:00, what city inspectors found. and what happened when we approached the man running the and some rain coming in, a cold front, a drop in temperatures. a nice, cool november forecast. showers on the eastern shore on friday and another batch of rain toward the end of the weekend. >> thanks for joining us, everybody. we will see you back here at 11:00. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning insti
visit with the help of our cable partner comcast booktv brings you many interviews of local authors and tours is significant locations. you can watch a few of them now. >> the book is titled "freedom and unity" and the authors are me, michael sherman and steve jeffrey hob lashed. we worked on it together. we thought of it as a conference of history of vermont, comprehensive making a going more than one volume and it starts with the formation of the mountains and it goes -- right before he published in 2004, so it has got a lot of information jammed into it about people, but politics and social movements and intellectual movements, some literature, some of the arts. we try to touch on many of the topics that we thought vermonters might want to know about and what people might want to know about. there has not been a single history of vermont written since the 1920s when the big 4-volume history came out and there have been a few other shorter pieces in coffee-table editions but no single volume conference of history. as i was leaving to vermont's historical society the opportunity ca
comcast youth tech summit and expo this morning in san francisco. hundreds of students from all over the bay area came to learn how the internet and multimedia skills can help with their education and career. comcast spoke about its internet essentials program, which helps connect low income families to the internet. san francisco mayor ed lee and nbc analyst and super bowl champion coach tony dungy also spoke at today's event. >> very nice. >>> how about access hollywood and access napa? yes. the red carpet is coming to wine country. in fact, it's here, and it's rolling out. up next we're going to be joined by billy bush. >>> and if you thought this year was a bad allergy season, think again. the reason doctors say allergy season is going to get worse. >>> stock up on tissues. new research shows allergies are going to get worse in the future. in the year 2000, pollen production began in april and peaked in may. allergists say by the year 2040, that peak will come a month earlier, and that means allergy suffering will last longer. researchers blame it on climate change. now for relie
se da esta cumbre de jovenes organizada por la compania comcast.... el superintenden te de las escuelas publicas de san francisco estuvo presente, resaltando la importancia de que a los ninos se les insista en este tema. richard carranza/superintend ente de escuelas publicas de sf que lo tomaron en serio, no estaban jugueteando lo tomaron en serio, es importante que ellos reconozcan que es un tema serio y tienen que armarse con informacion les ensenaron la importancia de reportar abusos y si tienen temor, pueden hacerlo de forma anonima a algun profesor. alex delgadillo no tiene internet en su casa no yo no me voy a quedar callado porque si te quedas callado la otra persona va a estar chillando y todo eso no borrando las cosas que ponen para tenerla como evidencia cristo veintimilla/estudiante de 8o grado lo bullies quieren fastidiarte en secreto, secreto, pero si tu dices en una forma que todo mundo pueda escuchar ya el bulli se va a sentir como si fue atrapado el evento tambien buscaba cerrar la brecha digital e incrementar el acceso a internet dentro de comunidades menos pri
is sitting undir what will soon be the lit -- he's lit right now, but the lit christmas tree for comcast.dir lit -- he's lit right now, but the lit christmas tree for comcast. >> i need to got my spot. it's an 80-foot high norway spruce tree. >> i can't see it. >> it's gorgeous. it's got over 30,000 l.e.d. lights on it, over 50 feet in diameter. hails from new jersey. it actually survived the super storm sandy which is amazing. >> so what's going to happen with an gus t. jones? that's all anybody cares about. >> okay. of course angus wants to save his paycheck. so he's apologizing. he apologized to the producers. he said, quote, i apologize if my remarks reflect me showing a indifference and disrespect to my colleagues and lack of appreciation of the extraordinary opportunity which i have been blessed. i never intended that. >> so let me ask you, has he apologized for throwing jesus under the bus now? because has jesus changed his mind? >> he's just confusioned. he's a teenager that's a little confused. maybe he's still going through puberty. but the other thing is that -- >> you would t
into the comcast newsroom. i saw jim kozimor live and in punish yesterday person yesterday at the parade. >> she's so huggable. next time, raj, i'll give you a big hug. i owe you one. >> i'm right here, bud. >> here i come. >> everyone is banking in the glow of the parade, giants brass has business to tend to and today they began retooling for next season. listen in now, first, the giants decline to make qualifying offers to scudero and before you jump through your tv screen, they would still love to keep all three. this just means they won't receive compensatory draft picks if any of the players sign elsewhere next. this, not so stunning news, aubrey huff, it's come to an end. they spend a their million dollar option and in the 2010 title run and huff was hitting 192 and 49er linebacker alton smith back in the news for an off the field incident, komu is reporting smith was involved in an altercation outside a restaurant last night. a police report merely confirms a quote, disturbance between two males thattes in estated a police presence. smith played college ball at missu, for the nba, andrew
and this baptistery airing of the big parade yesterday on our 247 newscast comcast channel 193. or you can watch it on kron4.com >> good number of people took bart and caltran. a whole lot of people took bart. >> a lot of people took it yesterday and there are just a few out this morning. some of the rider's your stated that it is a lot easier this morning that yesterday. they set the record and di it was due to the parade. this easily breaks the record are more than 30,000 people. they used about a hundred extra staff members to make sure that everything ran smoothly. some of the rider's that i spoke with stan as if they avoided public transportation all together. >> i avoided bart because i work at second and markets and this is right where the action was. it was to is more convenient for me to get on the bridge and avoid the crowd. >> i cannot imagine. >> there awas a lot of orange and black on the bart. they stated that people who bought their tickets earlier really helped. the previous record is from november 2010 and this was the last day of the parade for then. >> a california judge has
. with the help of our comcast partners. for the next hour, we will travel the area in and around this capital city. coming up, visits to programs that this is a community that values writing and reading. >> later to the vermont college of fine arts to see how a city of only 8000 supports three independent bookstores in the writing program. >> when i first moved here, someone tell me you have to be careful about driving around on the back roads because novelists are all over the road like dear. >> and we will talk about the collections in the local authors all of this as comcast and booktv take you to montpelier, vermont. >> probably what we are known for is her squeaky floors for it we have these great wood floors to make a ton of noise and our customers love it. it is a little bit wonderful. we listen to it all day long. we are not a superstore or a slick store. the squeaky floors represent this kind of very old store. you don't get this kind of thing in a lot of communities anymore. we are an independent bookstore, we have been here since 1973. i have owned the store since 2006 come along w
&e and comcast and caltrans, bart and other key partners such as fema and more. the objectives our life line council is to develop and improve collaboration in the city and across the region by regularly convening a group of executive officers and deputies of local and regional life line providers. understand intersystem dependencies of enhanced planning and reconstruction. sharing information about recovering plans and objectives and priorities and established ordination process for life line restoration and recovery following a major disaster. in the first nine meetings we made most progress on the third objective and sharing information about plans and priorities. in the first two years we discussed a series of operator case studies by the sfpuv on water and wastewater systems and pg&e on gas and electric systems and at&t and tell communications and learned about the city's priorities for roots and response planning for the emergency operation center and the capital program. we launched a independent study last year and making progress on the second objective to understand intersyste
24/7 bay area news coverage on comcast. >>> time now for dine and dish with vicki liviakis. >> we love to eat out in the bay area. trouble is, sometimes it can eat a hole in your pocket. >> reporter: a way to fine dine for under $40. it's called bib. and the michelin guide is out with a list for 2013. fancy restaurants like san francisco's popular kokari. >> if we had to pay a lot of money to come here, we wouldn't be able to come here. >> reporter: there are a total of 70 restaurants on the bay area gormand list. for under $40, tax and tip not included of course. these are hot spots like san francisco's slanted door, katonia, oakland's plum. so how do they do it? >> being affordable and reasonable and a good value is -- our portions are also very generous. and there's a reason why it's hard to get in here. >> reporter: proof positive you can stretch your dining dollar in san francisco perhaps more than any other city in the world. my favorite, a fresh greek salad. to get a look at the full list, go to our website at kron4.com and click on "dine and dish." >>> coming up after the
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university, the folks at aecom, comcast, kmd architects, recology. my favorite giver is anonymous. thank you, anonymous, whoever you are. now? if you have a cocktail in your hand, or you are about to find a couple, i want you to find david from the laborers. all the drinks tonight are being brought to you by laborers 261. let's give them a big round of applause. [applause] they are responsible for your hangovers. let's begin this great award. i first want to introduce cory, who is doing -- ok, we're having our first technical difficulty. i want to bring up corey marshall, who has done all the work that goes into the mfac award and the great government consulting as they pick the products to bring a lot of innovation to san francisco. cory? give cory a round of applause. [applause] >> thank you, chris. thank you so much for all of your hard work, chris. none of this could be possible without your efforts. good evening. the good government awards are incredibly important in san francisco. it's a chance for us to honor the tremendous work that happens in the city and also to honor the individua
of the media connections can happen. i want to give a shout out to comcast, verizon, the san francisco health plan, scan health med, unlock, our media partners, and all the organizations and volunteers working along with us to help our seniors and helping our people with disabilities connect end. this launch, this summit really is to launch a new program, our sf connected program. this allows us to work with all of our seniors in as many locations throughout the city get connected up. to provide a higher level of digital literacy and broadband adoption, whether it is in our community centers, our housing authority centers, our low- income service centers alike. we are announcing today that we are going to complete with this grant 53 locations throughout the whole city. 53 of them. [applause] we have already got 28 of them set up, and by the end of the month or early next month, we will have a national 25. that is going to be a lot of -- an additional 25. that is going to be a lot of places where our populations can become that much more digitally illiterate and they can benefit from the innov
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as we get it. right now we're going to bring in henry wofford of comcast sports net for a look at what's going on in the world of sports. >> hello, diane. a lot of toobl to talk about. it's a pack 12 showdown on the farm as the cardinals host the beavers from oregon state. we'll have complete highlights. you don't want to miss them. very exciting all next in sports. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. we'll begin with fun on the farm where two nationally ranked teams battled till the final second. the stanford cardinals entered saturday's action 14th in the standings but had to slow down the oregon state beavers who are 11th in the bcs with just one loss on their record entering this game. let's find out exactly what went down. first quarter, 7-0 cardinals. clock winding down. kevin hogan, solid effort in his first collegiate start finds ryan hewitt for a 1-yard touch down. 14-0 standford. second quarter, second and three. tyronn ward will take care of things all by himself, fighting for the td, 14-7 stanford. 14-10 in the third until cody vaz, fires it to marcus wheaton for a 22 yard td
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